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Living at the Edge of the World: How I Survived in the Tunnels of Grand Central Station


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Publisher:St. Martin's Griffin, 2001



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In this powerful and inspiring true story, Tina S. tells of four years living in the train tunnels beneath Grand Central Station amidst the homeless and the drug addicted. What began as an adventure quickly turns into a nightmare as she describes daily life in a netherworld most people don't even know exists. With heartbreaking honesty Tina chronicles her descent into crack addition, her several arrests and jail terms, and her overwhelming grief and guilt over the death of April, her best friend and fellow runaway.

Finally faced with the reality that she might not make it through one more day, Tina begins the long struggle back to the world of the living. This is an unforgettable story of one young's woman's indomitable will to survive.

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